|Honey Lanham Dodge (#46513430)|
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|Most of the graves I have added are those of my family. |
However, if you have more information and are related in any degree to my non-family entries, I will be happy to give over their grave site management on request.
All of the photos I have added are available for all to share.
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|glenna McCause||William M. Crosby|
Would you please Transfer my G.G. Grandfather Wm. M. Crosby to me. I would really appreciate it.
|glenna McCause||Joseph Lawrence and Joann Crosby Basham|
Would you mind transfering Joann Crosby Basham and her Husband Joseph Lawrence Basham to me.
|TimelessSpirits||Meriwether Shields Foster - 107023713|
Thanks much for the birth and death dates and places for Meriwether Foster. I appreciate it and have posted it.
|TimelessSpirits||Willie Kennedy Caruth|
Hi, You asked me to link Willie to her parents as follows:
Father Walter Kennedy 6039287
Mother Rebecca Moss Kennedy 6039280
However, those memorials numbers are for other people. Please advise.
|P.K. Magruder||Thank You|
Thank you for the sponsorships of William & Thankkful Brakenridge & Hannah & Judah Marsh. What a delightful surprise.
|Carl Graham||Landrum/Lanham Infant|
I looked again for Infant Landrum, but still have not found it yet. I did find Lillian Morrow Clark and Mell Milton Morrow in Drive 3 Section 3 lot 0555 and added these to find a grave. I looked around in this general area with no luck.
I have linked Mildred with her husband, but I can't link with Jack, Jr. You will have to do that.
Added by sue on Apr 24, 2013 8:00 PM
|GMG||Joseph B. & Elizabeth N. Wilkinson|
Many thanks for transferring the grave memorials for Joseph B. & Elizabeth N. Wilkinson; who are buried in the Taylor Family Cemetery in Autaugaville, Alabama to my care.
Honey, your dedicated work here at Find-a-Grave is invaluable to individuals like me doing family research... with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on Apr 12, 2013 5:00 PM
Several years ago, a team of people from the Bryan County Genealogical Society published a book containing a listing of all the known graves in Highland. They obtained their information in several ways. First, they did a complete survey of all the tombstones that were in the cemetery at that time and made a list of the birthdates and deathdates. And then they went through the actual cemetery records and added many others that were buried there that had no tombstone. Then they went to the courthouse to get what information they could from the Durant city records, reocgnizing that the early cemetery records had burned many years earlier. And then they went to the funeral homes and got what information they could there. And then they put it all together and published a book. Infant Landrum, child of Dick, is in the book, with burial place unknown, and a notation that the burial information came from Holmes Funeral Home. I highly recommend that you get in touch with Holmes Funeral Home and see what they have and also with the Bryan County Genealogical Society which is in Calera, almost adjacent to Durant. Let me know if you need phone numbers or addresses or whatever.
|TimelessSpirits||RE: Photo Requests|
You are very welcome. Glad I could help a little bit.
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